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. louis will be at about 5:07. >> police made an arrest in connection with the city's first homicide of the year. officers responded to a 911 call at a home on del road shortly after 5:00 this morning. when officers arrived they found 24-year-old keith doff cofey. investigators say the two got in to some kind of altercation that led to the killing. >> newly released surveillance video shows how a simply parking mistake may have cost a man his life. >> reporter: the video shows 23-year-old charles butler parking his car outside a store off 45th and market. >> the bad parking mr. butler did is the reason why the people inside this car thought it was a reason to kill mr. butler. >> reporter: it also shows butler inside the store arguing with one of the suspects. he was killed the next day by the same men blocks from the store. >> it was painful, difficult to watch. >> reporter: butler's family came to ktvu this afternoon to watch the video for the first time. >> that bumping of the car, that's ridiculous. that's what a bumper is for. >> reporter: it was tough for them to see their loved
the eastern united states and the after math. the eye of sandy made land fall yesterday right at atlantic city, new jersey, one of the hardest-hit states. craig, tell us first about the swieth right where you are. >> gasia, good evening. we're in new jersey right outside of atlantic city. the roads going into atlantic city are closed still tonight. the state police are blocking the roads. families that come by want to go back into atlantic city to check out for homes being turned around, told to come back tomorrow. that's not signature well with some people who want to just know what they're going to be going home to. they have no idea how much damage if they have damage or if there is a home there. one gentleman, in fact, can't get back to his home, can't get a hotel because the casinos you see behind me have booked most of the hotel rooms. he actually rented a hundred-haul trucks and sleeping in his truck until he can get back into his home hopefully some time tomorrow. there's some 2.5 million people around the state without power, about 80,000 just in this general area, gasia, and the temp
of these shorts, you can pick them up at jc penny and sport authority stores. please call first. we checked with the union city store, they sold out very quickly and closed up shop. >>> some debate watchers want wanted to watch barack obama mitt romney. but the game was on at the same time. they have the debate on up stairs and downstairs a tv was tuned in. >> i changed to the final. i've got to see this game. >> making it a little boring, it's a nice break. >> it's pretty cool watching it upstairs but there could also be history made here tonight. >> at the end organizers quickly switched over to the giants game. you will find more on our web site on the giants win and the debate. >>> a judge handed a teenager the maximum sentence for driving an suv into a father and his nine-year-old daughter. he pleaded guilty to manslaughter and reckless driving. since he was 17 at the time of the crash he was sentenced to 17 years in a jive nile facility. if he had been tried as an adult he would have received an even shorter sentence. >> it's meant as a rehabilitation. he comes hope hopefully understa
in. the city's yellow pages restrictions violate the first amendment. the case could set a precedent. now you can get ktvu news to go. download the ktvu app. you can watch all of our newscast live. >> stock markets had their biggest gains in a month today. the dow rose 127 points. low inflation and a sign that the construction industry is making a comeback. >>> the chief executive of cit ibank resigned effective immediately today. it reported strong than expected earnings. there are reports he had battled with the banks board recently over strategy. >>> the european union privacy regulators put google on notice today. regulators want to know what investigation google collects about users and how long it keeps it. they want an opt out for users. google collects data for advertising purposes. >> after being locked out for two and a half years, employees return to work today, not before holding an informational picket. after a judge ruled the lockout was illegal the two sides still can't agree on a contract or back wage agreement. >> yosemite national park employees are helping the stat
in daily city. >>> supervisor introduced new legislation today that would prohibit nudity in public plazas, sidewalks, streets and public transit. under the ordnance violators would be fined $100 for a first offense and $200 for the second. the legislation is set to go before the full board in november. >>> the los angeles city council voted today repeal its recent ban on medical marijuana. the vote comes after advocates gathered enough signatures for a ballot referendum. the so-called ban would have eliminated about 1,000 shops operating in the city. >>> in a little less than 24 hours, president obama and mitt romney will clash in denver in the first presidential debate. elizabeth explains now why both men are approaching it with cautious optimism. >> president baa rack obama and governor mitt romney their first of three show downs. this week the debate will focus on domestic policy with a heavy emphasis on the economy. romney says it's not about who comes out on top. >> in my view it's not so much winning or losing or even the people themselves, the president and myself, it's about somet
. i'll forecast each individual event, i'll see you back here. >>> cupertino will fly the city flag at half staff to celebrate the first anniversary of steve job's death. he made his last appearance in front of the cuperitno city council. mark santoro said on the city website that flying the flag at half staff is a small reminder of the profound impact that steve jobs has had on their community. >> they roared through san francisco today. if blue angels practice runs >>> new at 10:00, a bay area teenager say it is boy scouts of america are preventing him from becoming a boy scout all because he is gay. jana katsuyama spoke with the family and is live with his battle against the boy scout's policy. >> reporter: frank, ryan andrason just finished this wall last week. it's called the wall of tolerance. expect for this last one, it was supposed to be his last medal as a scout but now says he won't sign on it. last week ryan thought he had reached the dream of being a boy scout. the family gave us a picture of him next to this tolerance wall. a mosaic of an anti bullying message. >> he
at least two years following its scheduled opening next year. san francisco would be the host city, but here's how the selection process works. santa clara will first vie with miami to host super bowl 15 in 2016. the losing state will then go head to head with houston to host super bowl 51 the following year. final vote is expected to take place next mae. last year's super bowl ma donna headlined. the act shows us this season game in february. >>> continuing coverage of this evening's memorial service for ambassador chris stephens. sharing memories of the man graduating from uc berkeley and law school before serving his country in libya. david stevenson is in san francisco now where the event is a rotunda there in city hall. >> gasia, ambassador stevens had strong ties to the bay area and those paying tribute to him at city hall from federal to international citizens. the crowd heard from former u.s. secretary of state, representative barbara lee out of oakland and the lib yan ambassador to the united states. organizers plan for a thousand guests at city hall. the service came toge
, and this is bay area news ot 7:00. well, demonstrators are being told to carry shields and the city of oakland is getting ready. a protest planned for tomorrow marks the first anniversary of occupy oakland's vie leapt clash with law enforcement one year ago. new at 7:00 with how the city says things will be different this year. >> well, police are planning to try to keep protesters off the new grass here at franco plaza and they say they will definitely enforce no camping and no violence. >> unforgettable images of tear gas, shattered glass, and anger bubbling over. tomorrow marks the one-year anniversary of the violent clash between police and protesters here at franco galo plaza. occupy oakland demonstrations are planned for tomorrow. attendeess are being asked to bring tents and shields. city officials and police who took a lot of criticism for their response last year say this time around, things will be different. >> after the -- the different reports and the studies, we really implemented changes in how we handled them. every police officer in the police department has been retrained. >>
lost 13. this was also the s & p 500th fourth straight losing session. >>> san francisco's first target opened today and it's built specifically to accommodate city shoppers. the new store is about 25% smaller than normal target stores and it's tailored to city life by featuring items sold in smaller packages and smaller shopping carts. >> we found that the guests in our urban stores don't purchase as much in one shopping trip. they shop our stores more frequent. >> the store also focuses on fresh foods and active wear. an official grand open sg planned for this sunday. >>> nfl hall of famer is being remembered tonight as an all-prodefensive lineman who can also act. he was known as the nfl's most feared players, one of them when he played for the detroit lions in the 1960s. after football he went onto a successful hollywood acting career. he played alongside his wife actress susan clark in sit come webster. he died in his los angeles home this morning. he suffered kidney failure. he was 77. >>> an injured sea lion is finally free from a life-threatening strap around his neck. reports f
bay area cities. we have team coverage tonight. chief meteorologist bill martin will have tomorrow's forecast in 90 seconds. but first ktvu's matt keller join us live from ellam rock park where park rangers are taking extra precautions tonight, mark. >> reporter: these signs behind me will be out again tomorrow telling the public that alum rock park is closed due to extreme fire danger. near triple digit temperatures could not stop francis tuddle for practicing for his high school team. but the sign near alum rock park did. >> reporter: now where where are you going to run? >> another loop, something extra. >> reporter: we salk hikers, cyclists and drivers turn around forcing plans to be changed. >> maybe take a walk later on just down the street after it cools down a little bit. >> reporter: rangers closed the park today because of the high fire danger. when temperatures hit 99 degrees they decided closing it tomorrow would be a good idea as well. >> there is fuel down here, if you add hot temperatures and if the wind can i bees up who knows what could happen. >> reporter: firefig
series picks up with game three tomorrow in detroit. the first pitch coming at 5:07 our time. while the team is away, san francisco city officials are gearing up for a big event coming up in 15 minutes, the plans that some don't want to discuss because of superstitions. >>> we have developing news tonight from the south bay, police in campbell say they've caught a serial bank robber thank to a ktvu viewer. police say a tip from that viewer led them to 43-year-old tony piavesin of campbell. police say he is the same man seen in these pictures from a bank surveillance camera. they say the so called beanie bandit did not display a weapon, he just gave the teller a note. >> what we'll do is we'll go out there and it's always if you have like a high profile visibility is more of a reduction or also likelihood of crime not occurring. >>> oakland police and the highway patrol announced the partnership today at a news conference. the chp says it will have officers work overtime. the two agencies have worked together before, they teamed up from 2007 to 2010 as part of a gang reduction task f
night. just get set to go for the first game there. we like where we are at but we know we have a lot of work to do. >> reporter: the city has a lot of work ahead. the mayor's office want to televised some of the away games on civic center plaza. >> we came at for the last world series. it is great, a lot of fun. >> reporter: as many as 7,000 people gather inside 2010 to watch on a giant t shr-rbgs as the giants got the title in texas. >> we happen -- tv as the giants got the title in texas. >> we we put in for the request. it has to be an away game and it has to be a clincher. >> reporter: and word of a parade. public safety agents are now looking at this after action parade report. it details what went right and what went wrong. it calls for better planning and access lanes for the disabled and medical personnel. >> we are going to coordinate to put something together quickly but we don't want to talk about it yet because we don't want to jinx ourselves. >> reporter: in san francisco, david stevenson, ktvus channel 2 news. >>> and you can -- ktvu channel 2 news. >>> you can wat
. this is the first time i have seen them win. >> the city is going crazy. >> i feel this is just one city everybody is coming to the. it's just like the most fun and we're all out here for the giants. it's amazing. >> we're so dedicated as a team and we have had so much energy put into it. >> reporter: back here live, we can see that the giant fans are beyond excited. i checked in with police a few minutes ago and they say crowds are also growing in other parts of city and of course, we'll continue to monitor the situation all over the city for you. reporting live in san francisco's mission district, amber lee, ktvu channel 2 news. [ applause ] >> this was the scene in san josi tonight. plenty of excitement, and enthusiasm when the giants completed that four-game sweep of the tigers tonight. fans we ran into said they can't wait until the giants return home to the bay area with many of them planning to head to san francisco to take part in the big victory parade coming up on wednesday. >>> in north beach a [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age.
channel 2. >> crowds packed san francisco tonight as first of major weekend events get underway. good evening. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. san francisco is gearing up to host a diverse set of events this weekend expected to attract a million people to the city. for anyone thinking of attending, there's a warning from officials, plan ahead and bring your patience. we have live team coverage. tell us about fleet week events. with begin with matt keller on the crush of people descending on the family. >> reporter: we're here at at&t park. expected to bring traffic to a standstill. >> performed for thousands of people in golden gate park to end the first day of the bluegrass festival. >> it was a huge event. been mellow. >> with events like this all across the city. the traffic will be anything but mellow. expecting a million visitors this weekend for the hardly strictly bluegrass festival. cup races, castro street fair and playoff games. >> if anything else, take public transportation. >> police and transportation officials recommend you do the same. extra bart cars, buses, fer ees and taxi
amazing stunts being done on that dirt tonight. >> reporter: you can find a lot of dirt at city hall but never before has there been 80 truckloads of it right in front of steps. not to mention an extreme sports arena in what used to be the plaza. just two of the many firsts we found here today. it was a spectacle never seen before. certainly not from the steps of san francisco's city hall. >> we imagine that it was going to be some kind of x game but we didn't know there was going to be motorcycles and flying in the air upside down. >> reporter: for the next three days, 200 of the world's sports action experts are going to be performing. >> to have it here is a treat. we've been all over the u.s. in the last few years and never anything like this. we're wrapping around the statute in the city square. it's pretty wild. >> reporter: init's great the city of san francisco allows them to do this. >> reporter: the event is filling hotel rooms with athletes and tourists. and parks and rec are also making money. but not everyone thinks it's worth it. >> are we making sure we're getting eno
as mass was starting this morning. daly city police officers were still here at the small parking lot at st. andrews church this afternoon collecting evidence. they first arrived on the scene at 9:00 a.m. getting several 911 calls. >> when the officers responded they say three female victims on the ground. >> reporter: police say a 6-year-old girl and two women in their mid-40s were hit by a minivan. investigators say one of the woman is the girl's mother. they were taken to san francisco general hospital where the young girl died. the reyes family came for the regularly scheduled mass and saw the three victims after the accident, including the young girl. >> i was happy to see her breathing, but i knew she was in shock. >> reporter: gennis reyes saw the three victims taken away by ambulance, but didn't realize that the 6-year-old girl had died until now? >> did she? oh, my god. the little girl died. oh, my god. >> reporter: the shock and sadness spread through the church, even though the victims' names have not been released, people in the close-knit community are expecting to kno
learned the san francisco giants will be facing the st. louis cardinals at home on sunday for the first game of the national league championship series. giants fan fever is running high across the bay area tonight. ktvu's patty lee live in the city where people are gearing up for the game. patti-- >> reporter: gasia they're gearing up literally and figuratively. just look at the color of coit tower. the impact of this winning season is unmistakable. as the lights go down, you can see it's an orange october. >> you can feel it in the air. >> reporter: it's also evident in the team store where fans today snapped up all things orange and black. >> reporter: the team has brought her office together and that's not all. the giants excess is uniting the bay area in the way the presidential election can't. another new t-shirt hits the racks tomorrow. finally party for everyone. >> it just brought everyone in the bay area and here in san francisco so much closer to each other. >> reporter: even when the team takes a night off their fans don't. >> watching the cards-nats because they need to figu
itself again. still ahead on update news, speed city might be coming back to campus. and well show you a hockey team that is making news in the bay area, while the sharks are still in a lockout. but first, we asked students if they knew who the men on the statues are. ">>>"so from what i've heard, they were the first black olympians to win in the olympics and they went to the school." tim vantress joins us for sports, tim i hear theres a new option for hockey fans to turn to during this nhl lockout, is that true? yes it is lexy, and this applies to any fan in the bay area who wants to watch some good local hockey. the n-h-l is on ice and no one knows when it's going to end. the growing hockey community in the bay area has been looking for a new team to cheer for . . . and they may have found something. take a look. ">>>(nat pop of check against the wall) at first glance, you would think this is an n-h-l hockey game. judging by how loud the crowd has been this season at sharks ice . . . (nat sound crowd cheering) many people would be guessing the same thing. . . . but with the n-h-l pla
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